Hi, people, New to the forum here. Not sure if this is the correct place to post this sorta thing or not, but hopefully it can be moved if necessary! Anyway, I have an intermediate mechanics final on Thursday, and I need some serious guidance on the best way to prepare. Our textbook is Morin's Classical Mechanics, and the exam is supposed to cover the first nine chapters. Additionally, our instructor has given us a practice final with solutions. For my past couple physics courses, I'd just work through as many problems as I possibly could on all the relevant sections prior to every exam, and that worked pretty well for me. (That was with Sears and Zemansky's University Physics.) However, with Morin, I don't feel this is a viable strategy. Essentially, what I'm wondering is if anyone can recommend a strategy for preparing for this so as to maximize my chances of passing. Are there any additional resources I might find helpful? I like video lectures, as they allow me to move at my own pace through the material, but am having a hard time finding any suitable for this course/text. For reference, between now and the exam I could probably put in a solid 10-12 hours of study time. One more thing: I can imagine many of you are wondering why I don't just work my way through the practice final that has been provided, but, as of right now, even that's a little over my head. I'm pretty stressed right now, and would really appreciate some feedback. Thank you so much!